More than a quarter of a million refugees and migrants have arrived in Greece this year.
Calls for more U.S. drone missions comes months after the Air Force reduced flights and the Army announced soldier cuts.
The suspects were found to have provided safe haven and supplies for the attackers.
Bin Laden's successor, hiding with the Taliban in Afghanistan, breaks a year-long silence.
The explosion is the latest in a series of suicide attacks in Kabul following a change in Taliban leadership.
Operations halt in Pakistan as the Taliban moves into Afghanistan. Strikes in Yemen continue at steady pace but rev up in Somalia.
Not long before word spread of the Taliban leader's passing, reporter Sami Yousafzai received an unexpected phone call.
Temperatures have risen to 44 degrees Celsius (111 degrees Fahrenheit) over the past three days.
Lax chlorination may be in part to blame for the rise of deadly protozoan infections in the country.
The Bureau of Investigative Journalism released their monthly tally of American drone strikes on Tuesday.
But officials in the Obama administration have more explaining to do about the Bin Laden raid.
Taliban splinter group claims responsibility and promises more attacks
An American and an Italian, along with two Al-Qaeda operatives, were killed in the border region of Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Analysts warn that as the group lose control of oil fields, they'll make money in other ways.
Islamabad will not sanction support for Saudi airstrikes over concerns of stoking anti-Shia sentiment, say analysts.
Farekh hoped to become a martyr.
"We have already pledged full support to Saudi Arabia in its operation against rebels."
Iranian-allied Houthis besiege Yemeni president's base as Saudi Arabia deploys a reported 150,000 troops and 100 warplanes.
A Taliban splinter group claimed responsibility for the shooting.
U.S. and Russia lead global rise in arms exports as Asian powerhouse overtakes Germany to become third-largest exporter.
Fourteen people were killed and nearly 80 wounded during Sunday services in city of Lahore.
The army chief of staff hailed the test on Friday on his official Twitter account as "a great national achievement."
A new report confirmed five airstrikes that killed between 35 and 44 people in 2015.
"There is no mercy, we have decided to deal with the refusal cases with iron hands."
Police said armed men broke into the mosque, where people were attending Friday prayers, and opened fire, following which three explosions were heard inside the building.
Group's success on battlefield and social media inspires offshoots to aid the caliphate's expansion.